The NIMH Fast-Track grant is awarded totaling $2.6 million in funding.
We conduct a field test performed at Northwest Behavioral Associates, helping define our product roadmap going forward.
The Motivity Phase 2 grant is awarded, solidifying $1.8 million in funding.
The results of past field test research is presented at ABAI and IMFAR panels.
Apex begins using Motivity with 75 counselors and saves over 1,500 person-hours of effort.
The University of Washington Autism Center begins using Motivity in Seattle and Tacoma, Washington.
A new V-Motive field test is conducted with Northwest Behavioral Associates.
We hire 3 new software developers, as well as establish our R&D office in downtown Seattle.
Emaley McCulloch is hired as VP of Products.
We officially launch our Lighthouse Customer Program at ABAI & CalABA, allowing us to start onboarding new, non-paying customers onto Motivity.
The Hawaii Technology Development Center awards us the SBIR matching grant solidifying $175,000 in funding.
Ma’e Ma’e Elementary begins using Motivity in the Hawaii school system.
We publicly launch our product and receive our first paying client.
Our Goalspace Fast-Track NIMH grant application receives a perfect score and solidifies $3.6 million in funding.
Enables new features for clinical decision support, facilitating more accurate and accountable treatment plans, and alerting the BCBA about notable performance trends.
We officially onboard our 100th paying client.
We officially onboard our 200th paying client.
We officially onboard our 300th paying client.